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    September 13, 2010
    6:00 - 6:30pm EDT  

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john: i grew up in new york, when i was 10, the mets won, and the jets, i was like, this is going to happen all the time. this is pretty good. one knick championship and one mets in the 40 years since. dick: about that time american men and women were dominating in europe too. we've been told there's a light rain falling. john: you can see it all feeds off each other. that's what's happening in the couldn't arery of spain. inspired by this guy. that's a big-time forehand. gets the bet over djokovic. he better keep his
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concentration. mary: it's going to be hard because it is starting to sprinkle. john: this is too important a moment for him. dick: with the precipitation a lot of movement in the crowd and you're the server, -- john: the last thing he needs is to lose his concentration. looked to be in charge a moment ago. high percentage forehand by djokovic, didn't try to hit it near the line, he hit it in the tower. dick: enough rain and the lines become slick.
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not the court but the lines. brian embing arley, the tournament referee, the last thing he wanted to do was make an appearance tonight after this championship final suspended yesterday and postponed for today. they'll usually keep the players for five minutes. john: they're going in. dick: he said we're going in, that's his call. that means it's going to rain for a wall. he -- for a while. he has the report, he's checking the weather monitor. that's a shame. at 4-4, 30-30 in the second set. so this second set absolutely even with nadal taking the first set 6-4. they walk back to the locker room, the hall of champion, the large photos of the great champions of the u.s. open, then a left-hand turn and the
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very first right where that usher is standing, will take you back into the players' lounge and the locker room. and takes us to a commercial break. the u.s. open continues after the u.s. open continues after this message. ♪ are you...me? quite a while from now. so how'd i do? you did great. but don't forget about us. we still need financial advice. we have to protect and grow our money. you never know what's around the corner. grandpa. ♪ [ male announcer ] confidently face your future with lincoln financial. [ male announcer ] confidently face your future boss: just going over how geico helps people save in even more talkways... ...with good driver discounts, multi-car discounts, defensive driver discounts... woman: you! oh, don't act like you don't recognize me! toledo, '03?
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i even bought her a computer with my new citi forward card. then one day... have you seen this? she "friended" me. there's a whole album. [ laughs ] [ groans ] and started posting pictures. ♪ and tagging me. publicly.
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[ male announcer ] you ought to be rewarded for being dependable. the citi forward card gives you extra points for paying your bill on time and staying within your credit limit. [ woman ] nice tights. what's your story? the citi forward card can help you write it. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] [captioning made possible by cbs sports, a division of cbs [captioning made possible by cbs sports, a division of cbs broadcasting, inc.] dick: heavier rains are falling, the public address announcer urged fans to seek cover, that there are some lightning strikes, they're expecting in the area. so that may be a good sign that the weather is moving rapidly through and usually thunderstorms don't hang around
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the way the weather did yesterday system of at this point, 6-4, nadal, 4-4 and 30-30, each man just six points from the second set, play has been suspended. let's go to cbs' slow motion swing vision. flomotion. we've got so many motions. john: a lot of motions here right now. this is the key serve for nadal. to me that swing around wide on the court a lot of big points there. jeong djokovic has done a particularly good job so far he did lift up his intensity early in the second. he started slow, so he better make sure when he comes out again, he's serving at 4-4, 30-30. dick: he can't have coaching though, both players now that they've left court, they can be coached. that's 458 billion dollars worth every year.
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dick: the rain falls here in flushing moe me doe, 6-4 to nadal in the first set, they're 4-4 and 30-30 in the second set. the rains have suspended play. let's go back to the action, here's how this championship match developed, very first point was a terrific point and djokovic earned it, but he came up a little gimpy. john: this isn't the first time or the last, probably in this
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match. he's got a long history of that. it was a nice start. i think he lost his concentration there and that's when he lost his serve. let's face it, he must have been feeling aftereffects from that match with federer. even though he got that extra day yesterday. dick: he lost the set and a little nerve as well. john: as mary pointed out, he picked up his game an serve after that racquet break that emotional outburst. i thank you for that mary: you act like i'm endorsing that. john: i think djokovic for his improved play. but he let it slip. now he's back in a battle at 4-4, 30-30. dick: in that stretch of terrific play by djokovic a lull in nadal's play, there was 11 straight points won by joke rich. he broke nadal at love, held at love, and he was broken and we're at 4-4. mary: we had that conversation
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the other day as you look at the numbers, they're even, but that conversation about how federer let a set go, nadal will never let a set go, no matter how far down he is. dick: we'll be right back. ♪ [ courier ] i'm a legal courier. if i have to look at multiple cases, with blackberry torch i can have multiple tabs going, scroll over to it - there it is. [ dj ] i'm not always gonna have two turn tables and a mixer. i love the music player on the torch. to create a playlist on your phone is amazing.
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as the players return to court and play continues, television coverage will be on espn2. espn2 will cover continuing action. we would like you to stay with us, america's grand slam tournament began two weeks ago and 256 pairs of feet entered this race to the 2010 u.s. title. feet have produced some amazing action. let's examine what useful words feet are appropriate for tennis pros. >> they are our propellers, driving us forward, feet. providing foundation for movement from pedestrian pace to athletic grace. it is all about the feet. last year, it was serena's foot fault defeat that provoked a memorable tirade putting her
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foot in her mouth. >> i didn't say i would kill you are you serious? >> from which she had to foot the bill, over $80,000. this year's foot fault, andy roddick out in the second round. hardly getting a foot in the door. they all know a major reck sith here is to put your best foot forward. quickness of foot. a necessary quality for the games' -- for the game's elite and how rich when it connects with quickness of hand. you can't get cold feet, you've got to be aggressive. it's a simple formula, move da feet or taste defeat. and move da feet they did. some with ballet and bounce, others with grind and drag. oh, yes, feet. they do the hard work in a game not of feet but inches. there's feet of play,
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transposed, connecting on concrete. the demands, however, do defy happy feet. already anatomy's least attractive feature this test puts new meaning to wrong footage. some push to leave their feet in order to set foot on the course toward the title. some look to their feet for motivation, sadly, feet don't always listen. getting his feet wet, the young thoves men's draw, you can't make this up, not foot but sock. jack sock, lincoln, nebraska, 17. may sock stand on his own two feet, move forward and, well, sock it to him. there was pause to admire and salute an unbeaten tennis champion who inspired by playing this game at the highest level without the use
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of her feet. and from world opposites of footprint for peace. and now we await the climactic moment to be swept off your feet knowing you've accomplished the ultimate tennis feet, champion of the u.s. open. oh, and a footnote -- we will collectively rise to our feet and applaud again the total locomotion in this great and applaud again the total locomotion in this great championship.
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dick: a reminder tonight, the monday lineup on cbs, "how i met your mother," "rules of engagement," "two and a half men," and "how i met your mother," only on cbs. nadal looking for a career slam, 6-4 in the opening set, 4-4, 30-30 in the sec set, when he rains came. it will be covered on espn2, not before 7:30. so that's the disappointing story at the moment. quickly, the rain, does it help nadal or djokovic? john: i was saying about the roof overhead. how much time do we have? mary: i agree with john. john: thank you, mary. dick: that's a good note to say good-bye on. john: it'll help djokovic, i think, if they even extend it until tomorrow. that gives him a little more time to recover and then he'll
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be as fresh as he was earlier in the event. dick: so the thunderstorm obviously, they figure it's going to last another hour, hour and a half because play definitely won't resume until after 7:30. and we'll be right back. usta billie jean king national tennis center with our final thoughts. tennis center with our final thoughts. stay with us. 10% of the world's medicine is counterfeit. affecting over a billion people a year. on a smarter planet, we're building intelligence into things. so we can follow this medicine from the factory to the distribution center... to the pharmacy... and know it's the real thing. keeping counterfeits off the shelves. in places like the u.s... tanzania... and india. smarter medicine is safer medicine. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet.
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history will be halted by rain but will continue, we hope, and our coverage will switch over to espn2, not before 7:30. the score, djokovic down a set, 4-4, 30-30, against rafael nadal as nadal's pursuit of the career grand slam will continue, hopefully later tonight as soon as this weather front moves through. for all of us, this is dick enberg. thanks for joining us these two weeks. and all you can do is take a snapshot of the way the road looked 5 minutes ago, how would you know when to cross the road? 9 out of 10 organizations still make decisions this way every day... using out-of-date information. the organizations that are most competitive are going to be the ones that can make sense of what they learn as fast they learn it. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet.
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